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Who Should Police the Internet? Neo-Nazi Ban Was ‘Really, Really Dangerous,’ Says Cloudflare CEO

A major cybersecurity firm is at the center of a free speech debate involving Nazis, ISIS and, bizarrely, a cookery website.
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